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Sketch between Decks, May 75 [on the 'Pallas', from the Bray album]    Object details:  Description	No. 51 of 74 (PAJ1976 - PAJ2049) Titled and dated as above, and signed - all on the backing sheet- 'AVpGB' (to the life by Gabriel Bray). This drawing was done on the 'Pallas's' transatlantic crossing from Africa to Barbados, 4 April - 31 May 1775. The scene is likely to be in the ship's cockpit - a lower-deck space, with little natural light, that was the home of midshipmen and master's…

'Sketch between Decks, May [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

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The Pirate Empire: Real Pirate Food

Cook, c. Ships' cooks were usually disabled seamen but were ranked as…

'Four Marines eating Pease on board the Pallas, Novr 74' [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

'Four Marines eating Pease on board the Pallas, Novr [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

Gabriel Bray Circa 1774

'Taken on board the Pallas at sea, Jany [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

A Marine asleep beneath a companionway on the 'Pallas' [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum

A Marine asleep beneath a companionway on the 'Pallas' [Bray album] - National Maritime Museum -- variety of knitted caps in background

Two off-duty Marines relaxing - note their checked shirts and off-duty forage hats. By Lieutenant Gabriel Bray

Seamen relaxing on the Pallas [Bray album] April by Gabriel Bray- National Maritime Museum. Note checked shirt and long plait.

Walpole, "The Merry Ship's Crew, or, Nautical Philosophers." Capt: "Well mate, just come on shore? How did you leave the ship's crew?" Mate: "Why Captain, I have left them all to a man the merriest fellows in the world - I have flogged seventeen of them as your Honor commanded, and they are happy it is over; and the rest are happy because they have escaped." Caption: "For all the pleasure mankind can gain, Is not in pleasure but in rest from pain." - Dryden

The Merry Ships Crew - or Nautical Philosophers (caricature) - National Maritime Museum

Deck scene with six figures including one steering at the ship's wheel

Deck scene with six figures including one steering at the ship's wheel

"Sailors Eating Pork". The caricature magazine, or Hudibrastic mirror, by G.M. Woodward, Woodward & Roberts. vol. 4, Folio 75 W87 808Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection

The caricature magazine, or Hudibrastic mirror, by G.

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A broken leg, or the Carpenter the Best Surgeon, it's much less painful…

An Enquiry after Stretch it in Gloucestershire or the Sailor's Reply (caricature) - National Maritime Museum

An Enquiry after Stretch it in Gloucestershire or the Sailor's Reply (caricature) - National Maritime Museum

Sailors Ashore by Wm Bunbury ca 1785. Private collection

Sailors Ashore by Wm Bunbury ca Private collection

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